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Recipe thanks to wellnourished.com.au

At this time of the year, I’m trying my hardest to wean myself and my kids off the sweet stuff (it’s been a very indulgent festive season) whilst really re-focussing on including as many veggies in our diet as possible. My main aim for feeding my family well right now is fixed on packing as much nourishment into our diets as possible (leaving no room or desire for much else). The plan is to have them back on track in time for school restarting.

Which brings me to my Detox Ice Blocks. The weather these past few weeks in QLD has been really hot and the kids have been asking for ice blocks after big mornings in the sun nipper/swim training. So I thought I’d whip something up that’s not only delicious but helps them refuel and rehydrate.

The nutrient dense veggies are well hidden behind the sweetness of the fruit. I personally don’t add in the extra sweetener, but taste the mixture prior to freezing and decide if you think you need to add it.


Health benefits

Beetroot is an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, detoxifying and extremely nutrient-rich vegetable. Research suggests it improves stamina and sports performance (this fact alone appeals to my sport loving kids). Zucchini (also known as courgette), is extremely low in calories and loaded with fibre. It is also a great source of potassium.


Take a look at the variations (below the main recipe) for suggestions to alter the recipe to suit many dietary requirements.



1 small raw beetroot, peeled & quartered
2 cups strawberries or raspberries, washed & hulled
1 large banana, peeled
½ small zucchini, quartered
1 cup coconut water
¼ cup sweetener (honey, rice malt or maple syrup), optional



1. In a high powered blender, blend all of the ingredients until smooth. 

2. Divide between ice block moulds and freeze until set firm. 



Replace the coconut water with a nut milk.

Make it creamy
Replace the coconut water with coconut cream, full-fat natural yoghurt or coconut yoghurt. 

No banana
Replace the banana with mango.

Add Protein
I often add a scoop of 180 Nutrition Superfood Protein powder (coconut flavour). They have both a whey protein and vegan (dairy-free) options.



This recipe also makes a delicious smoothie (just add a cup of ice prior to blending it). 


Georgia’s website, Well Nourished, is chockablock with healthy, vibrant and exciting whole foods recipes and healthy living advice. Check it out here!

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About The Author

Georgia Harding

Georgia Harding is a Naturopath (20+ yrs exp.) author, mother and passionate health educator. On her website (Well Nourished) she shares fad-free health advice and intolerance/allergy friendly recipes to inspire people to live happy, healthy lives and create delicious food memories. Georgia is committed to supporting the health of this generation and especially loves to help parents feed their children ‘well’. She endeavours to simplify nutrition and make cooking nourishing meals achievable for everyone.

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